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.s., including abu hamza al-masri. the radical muslim preacher, and the others, had fought extradition for years. al-masri's mosque in london was known as a training ground for radical islamists in the 1990s. he's accused of trying to set up a terror training camp in oregon. those are some of the day's major stories. now, back to judy. >> woodruff: and we come back to politics. in the battle for control of the u.s. senate, many expected missouri would be an easy pick- up for republicans. gwen ifill reports on why the seat is now back in play for democrats. >> remember, get someone to sign up for a shift. and if you would, sign up for a shift. if you can sign up for a shift a week, we can get this done. >> ifill: last august, democrat claire mccaskill became one of the luckiest endangered incumbents in the nation. >> this election will be close. i can't remember an election in our state for this seat that wasn't close. >> ifill: but for mccaskill, who won only narrowly in 2006, close is good. and the latest polls actually shows her ahead. but until recently, national democrats actually expected h
they know how to use them. jennifer griffin, thank you very much. abu hamza al masri and four other expected terrorists have been fighting extradition for years. a terrorist training camp in oregon. his attorneys say he suffers from problems including diabetes and gletion. they argued his poor health would mean it would be oppressive to send him to america to a prison here. today, britain's high court essentially said too bad. officials in london plan to put all five men on flights to the u.s. as quickly as possible. "the fox report's" correspondent jonathan hunt joining me now. when do we expect to see these guys in court? >> probably as soon as this weekend four all five of them. three in connecticut and two in new york city. we do know they are now on their way to the united states. planes carrying all five took off from middlen hall in the uk just about an hour ago. that is a picture of the convoy carrying al masri to that royal air force base from which they have now left. we expect them to land somewhere around 2:00 a.m. eastern time, harris. >> harris: what are the charges exactly. >>
training camp in oregon. abu hamza al-masri was turned over by the british who'd been holding him since 2004. he fought extradition, but today he lost his final appeal. michael phelps has won a record 22 olympic medals in swimming, now he's trying golf and have a look at what he did today at a pro/am tournament in scotland. >> 18 golds, two bronze, two silver, learning to play golf. here he is. look at this. where is this putt going? hey! this guy's 26 handy cap. he couldn't. he has! >> pelley: rather be lucky than good. that was a 153 foot put. maybe he's got a new career. pop music was forever changed 50 years ago today, the day that the beatles released their first single "love me do." in their hometown, liverpool, 1,600 people sang rounds of the song today, setting a world record. ♪ you know i love you ♪ i'll be true ♪ so please love me do >> pelley: "love me do" was the first of the beatles 50 hits. but it only reached number 17 on the british charts. it was released in the u.s. two years later and went straight to number one. the great pumpkin won't be rising out of this pum
.s. al-masri's lawyers cited deteriorating mental and physical condition. the u.n. began talks on a broad trade embargo on iran. the islamic republic is reeling from western sanctions, amy kellogg shows us things are getting bad and worse. >> reporter: the iranian government can't afford to lose the support of these men, the conservative merchant class to played a big part in the 1979 islamic revolution, now turning on the regime. they're angry about the wild currency fluctuation, the iranian real left a third of its value against the dollar in a week and add to that a wave of unemployment and factories layoff they simply can't pay employees. >> and they're in the collections more serious economic situation and explosion of prices, which only in my eyes can be due to social unrests at levels we have nen seen since four years ago. >> sanctions have severely restricted iran's access to foreign currency and iran's government gets the blame. >> i think they have made their own government decisions having nothing to do with the sanks that have had an impact on the economic conditions inside t
Search Results 0 to 7 of about 8 (some duplicates have been removed)